Packed with new supplementary materials, each Scofield Study Bible is durable and made to withstand daily use. Each volume includes a presentation page for gift giving, a full-color map section, and attractive binding in a variety of styles to suit any occasion.
This black duradera edition combines the renowned Scofield study notes and reference system with the historic King James Version translation. Generations of Bible students have chosen the Scofield Study Bibles for its unique study and reference features. Clean, clear text and annotations are laid out in an easy-to-read format, guiding readers to a fuller understanding of the Bible.
The Scofield Study Bible III KJV includes cross references that link topics and words together, introductions to the various books of the Bible, a superb system of chain references, the concordance, study notes, charts and diagrams, a subject and a proper name index, and much more.
An exclusive, subject-based topical chain reference system
Over 100 boxed factual articles and lists
Expanded introductions with detailed outlines of each book
An expanded Subject index
Study not biblical references are in "chapter-and-verse" format
Side-column references are grouped by chapter and verse
Over 550 in-text definitions of proper nouns for people and place names
Nearly 70 in-text black and white maps and charts.
In-text articles of nearly 250 notes crucial to understanding the Scofield
Indexes to Proper Nouns, Chain References, and Subjects
16 pages of accurate, full color New Oxford Bible Maps (with index of places and natural features)
Questions & Answers for Oxford University Press The Scofield Study Bible III, KJV, Black Duradera (Imitation Leather) with Zipper
What Size is Print
Looking to find out what Point size the print is. Thank You.
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It is in nine point. That is the only size print available now. You can find the Old Scofield and the NKJV in what Oxford calls "Large" print but that is only a tad bigger at 10 point and the Old Scofield lacks many of the maps, the name index, and the concordance is not as extensive and the NKJV is not the original authorized King James version with the original translation.